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title: 'The Flagstaff sun-democrat. (Flagstaff, Ariz.) 1896-1897, April 29, 1897, Image 1',
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VOL. XIV. NO. 34.
FLAGSTAFF, ARIZONA, THURSDAY, APRIL 29, 18H7.
10c PER COPY
and Queen Anne
' .v A circumstance by which YOU can save money
! and that's what we are all after these days.
isn't it?: ' 13
WEQHAVE-A SNAPJI InWhAt? 'jJF
1 IWe have ju3t ordered a'carload of Sash and Doors,
taad to makefroom must clean out some of those
-Fancy Marginal, Chipped and Cathedralledg
Put a f ancyfFront!Door"or Window in your house andjscc
Dhow much it adds to'its beauty.
FIA8T COME, F'IFROXSF'IOKlir
THE ARIZONA LUMBER 4 TIMBER COT,
THE OLD RELIABLE
18 DOINO BU8INBS8 T THE
Makes a Spsoialty of Fine Watoh Bepair
ing Absolutely Guarantees All Work
PRICES REASONABLE PROMPT ATTENTION
OAURIES THE FINEST LINE OK
Watches, GIog1;s, devOelry,to
ON TIIE LINE OF THE ATLANTIC & iACII'I0
POSTOKKim llliIHl. KLAOSTArK, AIMZ.
FLAGSTAFF WILL CELEBRATE.
The Nation's Birthday to tBo Fit
Tho Skylight Clly I'repnrlus for it
SI mister Crlnbrmlim llxcur-
si on to tho annul Can-
Flagstaff hits decided In celebrate
tho nation's holiday. As .July 4 c.ome.s
on Siimlny, I hi" festivities will ti.i
begin until Monday morning. .July 6.
(Ileal interest Is talon in tint affair,
ami tlm luisiiii's men mill oliiens
gonernlly will eontrilmtii liberally to
the expenses f tlm celebration.
Tim race course south of town m
.tho- fair grounds will lio Ihcd ii),
I Horse laces, bicycle races, running
races, etc., will lit) given. A .special
reduced intu excursion tn the (Jriinil
Canyon of tim Colorado, ttlp-i to tint
loo Caves. CHIT Dwellings, Sunset
Peaks. Wulntit Cnnjim, etc.,' will lie
made and every 'convenience, comfort
ami witertniiiintiiit will he provided.
It is nlmi'tl to keep up the, fes'ivitles
for at least two dajs. Neither inonet
nor effort will bo spared in making
thia celebration the grandest and best
ever hold in Arizona.
Tho beat baud to bo bad will be
provided atid furnish amusement for
tho carnival. Although thoro aro but
two months between now and the
Fourth it issufflcieut time to make all
prcp.tri.tioiis and arrangements.
( Tim Atlantic & I'aeilio branch of the
oriler of Locomotive Firemen will
come, three or four hundred strong,
and special trains will Ileum from
Williams ami WInslow (o Flag-taff.
A large crowd is promised frum Allm
iiiei(iie. uuil I'hocuiv will nend up
halt her population, while I'lcscntl,
Tucson, ami Yuma will he iiuinorousl,)
Tim elimatti at this time of year is
ideal, and Flavian" prt-euts great
natural advantages for tho cnleitaln
ment of its visitor.
Ample hotel accommodations uill
lie provitleil, uml tlm rates nrti'lower
ill rompalison .fo tint .M'J vice .! Until in
any tither town in tho Southwest.
A gretft deal of work his to be
ilomi in tho way of providing witei-
laiomeut, cto. and committees will soon
ho out Milioitiug MiberipliotH uml
ai ranging for tho hiiiltliug of pivilions
and other Mruotures necessary.
The Skylight City dott.-i nothing by
halves and from tho great interest
already shown, the mmi-tiT eelelira
lion on July 5 will, be the biggest
tilT'iir of the kiml ever held in Arizona.
' Greek government has decided,
ii tilling ton dispatch from Athens,
that if the Greeks art) defeated at
I'har.salos, tho army is to return to
Thermopylae and there make a iiual
It is not generally known that the
English way to spell "canyon" is
with tbo "y." Many uso the Spanish
spelling, "canon," with Hie llrst "u"
accented, which is, of course, not
according to modern English.
AN IMPROVEMENT. -
In an effort to keep up with the
progress of Flagstaff, with the next
issue of this paper the obnoxious
patent inside" er ready prints will be
discontinued uih the' eight pages
printed at borne. '
In mining, atoekraising and agrl
culture Coconlao eety stands with
out an equ1. Af various uaderel
oped resources of the county when
once shown up will be a veritable
bonansa for the calHUlist, the farmer
and the bomeeeefcer ttich deposits
of gold, silrer mi copper are here
awaiting developtient, and the fertile
soil requires bat, meager toiling to
bring forth tkeMeeesiUes of life.
Wheat Is an aifrfciWal staple that
can be prodaeed l.ere ,of a finer and
better quality aad is greater quantity
than in tee fawwas. wheat belt of the
North Central iftatea. Coconino
county ui blest wkhBtold resources
and sooner, er later the outside world
will be made aware', of it
Itlsthedutf; Cpe, newspaper to
show up tMtefgSeiiraee aad aid in
Inducing iwigiliifiii' to this farored
eeetion of ArUiesa. gpectal artiolee
are bwng pfeparei wth this end ia
Tiew aad wtkfafjar regularly la
ibMa ootaai '
The eaaeniafataeat aeeorded" as in
this enUrpriely1e eiUsens of Flag,
staff Is meet tattering to their liber
ality and gesieroeKy.
gen Tr IMS' MeeUac
AaseeOag sf taw Beard of Trustees
yearUMWifslilryrMayo. On that
date all applications will be considered
and final action taken. The meeting
will be held at the office of the County
Recorder at 4 p. m. This shall he
notic to all Interested. The names
of applicants may bo obtained from
the Clerk of I he Ito.ii'd.
Ilv order of tho llurd.
John Gijim. Clerk.
Oivney." ilni f.i'ii nit ilo ih tt h is
or tlm past eight years ina' his bonie
in Iht) m ill ears, went mid In 111"
Union depot in Clevelinil, O., last
wei-k ami was cluhheil to tleatii by n
Amid the greatest, display of pomp
ami hplentlor, tho Grant momimeiii
ivas unveiled in New York Tuesday,
President AlcKiiiley ami his cHhim-t
ami Coligiossmcn by tlm scoie at
leotleil. It was n great day for.Ncw
ii ' m m ii
Tlm "Living It ioks" uncial lat
night was a cninplelti Ktiecess. Those
inking pirt w.ero dressed to replevin
different hooks, anil the party cor
rectly guessing thn greatest iiiiinher
was given a prize. Miss Maud Scar
borough was awarded tho prize.
E. P. GREENLAW
C. A. GREENLAW
GREENLAW LUMBER 00.
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Hative'Pine Lumber, Ties, Bridge Timbers,
Telegraph Poles, Mining Stulls. .
vtermWfiWmBW&APof tt We want to say to you
Pay no attention to the space above of
the Greenlaw Lumber Company. They.
" only advertise a'Poodqualitylof lumber.
ever seen in this part Jof 'the rcoiwlry'i"
and more pf it; I hat our prices are higher
than ever before heard of!
Can Tomatoe s v . . . .$ .75 per can.
Can Corn 65 per can. , ,
"Punken " (Arkansaw) . . . .40 per can. .'!'.. "
Nutmegs 31.00 each. ; "5
Onions, oip and other table1 iuxuries
Speaking of Arizona climate, wo
know of nothing more intoxicating
than tho lm-tulifiil ovimings wo are at
presunt enjoying. Tlm mild atmos
phuio seems tocxhiliirato hotli man ami
beast, judging from the performance
of one of Fhigstalt's sporting fraternity
Inst Tuesday night This iudivitlii.il,
having been inilooisnll winter, cussing
his luck, came out of one of'tho promi
nent sample rooms to look for the
moon over his left shoulder, but
failed to sun her majesty. Ho then
ospietl an Inolfetisivo burro, which he
immediately heslrotlu and rode him
through tho house, but Mr. Burro,
upon seeing himsell! in the mirror
behind the bar, stopped and, burro
fashion, asked nis ri ler to treat. Ills
braying attracted the attention of tho'
all-night gang aim thoy all prosceueu
to get hilarious viith his nobs the
burro and his partner.
ANY OF TIIE ABOVE DAINTIES WILL BE
DELIVERED FREE AS SOON AS OUR HORSE,
WHICH IS CRIPPLED, GETS WELL.
r a LEAVE ORDERS AT, .) f' B'
FLAGSTAFF C81ifj m. STORE
NEWS DEPOT. ......
snn-. OHA8. A. KELLER, PROPnlCTOR. '
FANCY GROCERIES, GAUDIES, NOTIONS, TOBACCO,
FRESH FRUITS, STATIONERY, (MARS, '
Vll the Delicacios of tho Season Fresh from tho Market.
Yon are invited to call and inspeot my Stock
Hem lvH3BSy yHS
DR. A. J. SHORES
The ablest and hiost successful tpcclallst of the ace In tho
treatment cf all Chronic, Icnous and l'mato Dkcac in
both Men and Women. All discaKcs ol tlio lljc, K&r. Ilcetl,
Throat, Lung,ttomaih, Llvcraud Bowels, Kitlucy, HladOcr
anJ Urinary Troubles, Rupture, Catarrh, riles, teicma, and
Varloceletrcnivduitli unlailmst tuicess. DlMa;csof uomnn
peculiar to her tci tcienlifically trcattd and periaanciitlr
cured. !) or partial 1ok of manly potter and igor in
joumr, middle sRctt or old men poutively restored. Weaken
ing drams whit h tap tho vitality, destroy tlio health, canto
paralysis. Insanity and prematuio death, quickly and perma
nently (topped. Frtvato dl;easrsotecry name and naturo
cured without having any bad effects, and that dlteae which
poisons the blood, deca s the bones and causes more physical
and mental suffcrtiiK than any other known diseate, thor.
oiichly and lorevcr cured without mercurial treatment. In
all private diseases ot men
Not a dollar need be paid until cured
. Catarrh a specialty. We euro tho worst cases In two to
three-months. Write your troubles II living away from the
city. Thousands are cured at home by means ol correspond,
enco and medicines sent them. Consultation always tree.
DR. A. J, SHORES, First Bdwjr, Lot Angel, CaV.
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